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Spray tips size10 vs double 05
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WilgerIndustries
Posted 7/10/2024 16:29 (#10805675 - in reply to #10805640)
Subject: RE: Spray tips size10 vs double 05


Pretty much the -05 on the bypass is going to be like a 12GPA nozzle at like 12.5MPH, so might be putting out too much flow in your circumstance. How fast were you wanting to spray?

The main downside is if you had a High-flow setup with two -05s, there will be times when you are driving slower that your PWM setup will be putting out probably like only 30% of your volume. So, only turn comp on 30% of your flow. A shame in itself, but functionally it'd let you spray 20GPA at decent speed and make for finer spray than you'd get with like an MR110-10 or MR110-125 for sure.

For the Enlist label side of things, the MR110-05 would have a lower pressure rating on label, but functionally it would improve coverage as well, so as long as the drift is manageable with the MR110-05 for your conditions, should be good.


EDIT: Forgot to mention once you start getting into those larger nozzle sizes with the solenoid, it starts to have pretty huge pressure drop through the solenoid, so you won't get near as much flow capacity/speed by going up larger size(s). Again, if the aim was to do 20GPA @ 12.5mph, then it should be do-able with all the nozzles through the AIM side (with a double-down adapter). Otherwise, if you are trying to hit 20GPA @ 15mph, then its tougher to get it all through the solenoid.

Edited by WilgerIndustries 7/10/2024 16:31
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